Thousand islands

Thousand islands
The thousand Islands is an archipelago located on both sides of the border between Canada and the United States on the St. Lawrence river, which originates in the northwestern part of lake Ontario. According to various estimates, the total number of Islands is up to 1,864, ranging in size from 40 square miles to small tracts of land.
The Islands are actually the tops of mountains that were once located in these places and were flooded by a giant melted glacier. Hard rocks, millennia turned by ancient glaciers and water, formed a small-hilly area here. Thanks to the French conquistadors, the archipelago became known to the civilizational world.

Nowadays, the Islands have a wide tourist demand, luring people with their legends, secrets and rumors.
The thousand Islands is an archipelago located on both sides of the border between Canada and the United States on the St. Lawrence river, which originates in the northwestern part of lake Ontario. According to various estimates, the total number of Islands is up to 1,864, ranging in size from 40 square miles to small tracts of land.

The Islands are actually the tops of mountains that were once located in these places and were flooded by a giant melted glacier. Hard rocks, millennia turned by ancient glaciers and water, formed a small-hilly area here. Thanks to the French conquistadors, the archipelago became known to the civilizational world.

Nowadays, the Islands have a wide tourist demand, luring people with their legends, secrets and rumors.